Contact: Lee Siegel
University of Utah
Caption: The apparatus shown here contains a phosphorus-doped silicon chip, only 1 millimeter square, that was used to demonstrate how data can be stored in magnetic "spins" within the centers or nuclei of phosphorus atoms, and then how that data can be accessed and read electronically.
Credit: C. Dane McCamey, University of Utah.
Usage Restrictions: None
Related news release: Computer memory takes a spin